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JInternalFrame behavior

 
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Hi,
This is a quite common question but I haven't managed to find an answer to it. How can I make a JInternalFrame to have the behavior of Windows XP for example? That is, if it is maximized, the minimize/maximize/close buttons are been shown in the main frame (menubar to be more spesific) and the title bar is been dissapeared.
Is there any piece of code which does it? Otherwise could you just give me an idea where to start searching for it?
Thanks in advance
 
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